History VideoGame / DeusExHumanRevolution

13th May '18 5:03:40 PM Killerikala
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** The ''Missing Link'' DLC has a variant; [[spoiler:You've given 10 minutes in real time to defeat 5 mooks and make a SadisticChoice. However, players who've gotten this far in the game (Especially in the ''Director's Cut'') can probably reach the decision part in just a few minutes, and you don't have to choose immediately. GenreSavvy players likely figure out that there's a hidden third option.]]
13th May '18 1:11:55 PM Killerikala
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** Adam fails to come up with a escape plan ''before'' arming some explosives he was given. [[spoiler:He manages to escape just in time by weakening the nearest window with a chair and jumping through, but suffers some heavy injuries in the progress.]] If this wasn't a cutscene, most players would have managed to run to safe distance before the timer runs out.
28th Apr '18 11:42:19 AM Primis
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* FakeDifficulty: ''The Missing Link'' DLC is only as difficult as it is, because it arbitrarily removes all the augmentations that you've unlocked by that point, forcing you to level-up and unlock them all over again. It's especially noticeable in the "Director's Cut" edition, where just as arbitrarily, you get enough Praxis Kits at the end to bring you back up to where you were before the ''Missing Link'' mission.

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* FakeDifficulty: ''The Missing Link'' DLC is only as difficult as it is, is because it arbitrarily removes all the augmentations that you've unlocked by that point, forcing you to level-up and unlock them all over again. It's especially noticeable in the "Director's Cut" edition, where - just as arbitrarily, arbitrarily - you get enough Praxis Kits at the end to bring you back up to where the level you were before the ''Missing Link'' mission.
17th Apr '18 1:57:20 PM Primis
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* FakeDifficulty: ''The Missing Link'' DLC is only as difficult as it is, because it arbitrarily removes all the augmentations that you've unlocked by that point, forcing you to level-up and unlock them all over again. It's especially noticeable in the "Director's Cut" edition, where just as arbitrarily, you get enough Praxis Kits at the end to bring you back up to where you were before the ''Missing Link'' mission.
20th Feb '18 9:17:23 PM Red-Dead-Redeemer
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* IdiosycraticMechaStorage: The [[http://deusex.wikia.com/wiki/80-X_Boxguard Boxguards]] are called such because they fold up into a cube when inactive. One memorable room has ''hundreds'' of the things on the walls, stacked together in compact form.

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* IdiosycraticMechaStorage: IdiosyncraticMechaStorage: The [[http://deusex.wikia.com/wiki/80-X_Boxguard Boxguards]] are called such because they fold up into a cube when inactive. One memorable room has ''hundreds'' of the things on the walls, stacked together in compact form.
20th Feb '18 2:35:48 PM Miss_Desperado
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* IdiosycraticMechaStorage: The [[http://deusex.wikia.com/wiki/80-X_Boxguard Boxguards]] of ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' are called such because they fold up into a cube when inactive. One memorable room has ''hundreds'' of the things on the walls, stacked together in compact form.

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* IdiosycraticMechaStorage: The [[http://deusex.wikia.com/wiki/80-X_Boxguard Boxguards]] of ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' are called such because they fold up into a cube when inactive. One memorable room has ''hundreds'' of the things on the walls, stacked together in compact form.
20th Feb '18 2:35:23 PM Miss_Desperado
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* IdiosycraticMechaStorage: The [[http://deusex.wikia.com/wiki/80-X_Boxguard Boxguards]] of ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' are called such because they fold up into a cube when inactive. One memorable room has ''hundreds'' of the things on the walls, stacked together in compact form.
25th Jan '18 5:02:55 AM Cryoclaste
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** The bomb in the first mission is a gas bomb that "detonates" by mixing two chemicals (in what might possibly be a ShoutOut to ''DieHard''). You could try hacking it while the clock ticks, or look for the password to disarm it. Or you can disarm it by shooting both chemical tanks and letting the liquid spill out.

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** The bomb in the first mission is a gas bomb that "detonates" by mixing two chemicals (in what might possibly be a ShoutOut to ''DieHard'').''Franchise/DieHard''). You could try hacking it while the clock ticks, or look for the password to disarm it. Or you can disarm it by shooting both chemical tanks and letting the liquid spill out.
23rd Dec '17 4:59:10 PM Peristarkawan
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** [[spoiler: Eliza, an AI, shares her name with the first well known chatbot. Additionally, her last name Cassan is short for Cassandra, a figure of Greek myth who was cursed to speak true prophecies that nobody would believe.]]

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** [[spoiler: Eliza, an AI, shares her name with the first well known chatbot. Additionally, her last name Cassan is probably short for Cassandra, a figure of Greek myth who was cursed to speak true prophecies that nobody would believe.believe. In the myth, she was the only one to foresee the fall of Troy.]]
23rd Dec '17 4:55:34 PM Peristarkawan
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** [[spoiler: Eliza, an AI, shares her name with the first well known chatbot.]]

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** [[spoiler: Eliza, an AI, shares her name with the first well known chatbot. Additionally, her last name Cassan is short for Cassandra, a figure of Greek myth who was cursed to speak true prophecies that nobody would believe.]]
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